Michael Moreno, Lake Belton High School student cause of death

By | October 22, 2023
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Michael Moreno Temple TX, Lake Belton High School student died in car accident – GoFundMe

Temple, Texas – The Lake Belton High School community is mourning the loss of one of its own, as 17-year-old student Michael Moreno tragically lost his life in a car accident on Friday, October 20, 2023.

The devastating news was confirmed through a Facebook post that expressed condolences and support for Michael’s family from the school, stating, “The Bronco Family offers our sincere condolences and continued support to Michael’s family.”

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Michael Moreno was known as a remarkable young man with a warm and contagious smile that brightened any room he entered. His untimely passing has left a profound void in the hearts of his loved ones and the community he was a part of.

The exact cause of the accident that claimed Michael’s life has not been officially disclosed as of the time of this report, leaving friends, family, and well-wishers in shock and grief.

In response to this tragedy, Meghan Groat established a GoFundMe campaign on Saturday, October 21, 2023, with the goal of providing financial support to Michael’s grieving family as they navigate this incredibly difficult time. The campaign has garnered significant attention and support, with a total of $10,300 raised to date from the generous contributions of 125 individuals. The largest single donation received was $500, and the campaign’s goal was initially set at $10,000.

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A heartfelt statement on the GoFundMe page reads, “Michael, a 17-year-old senior at Lake Belton High School, was in a car accident on the evening of Friday, October 20th that took his life. His mom, Amanda Moreno, is a Special Education Teacher at Charter Oak Elementary School in Belton.”

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